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... are taken back to World War 2. This tunnel has not been reconstructed or updated since. The tunnel is oval shaped and the walls are jutted rocks blown out. One false move and your vehicle has a scratch or dent. The army had 9 months in which to build the tunnel and it shows.
Lighting is yellow LED (or like LED) lighting. The bus driver tells us that inside the tunnel are several bunkers where the army kept food ...
... like to eat rocks. In order to avoid having to put them through surgery every few weeks, the staff keep the dogs away from rocks. They are beautiful and they can pull, but they aren't smart enough not to eat rocks. Go figure.
There are puppies--three of them. I didn't get much in the way of good photos; they were being fed and so were huddled in a corner in a mass of fur. Posted the only decent one I got, and that's of only one of them ...
... walked to the restaurant to meet up with Rene Otto. (Martin) The 4 of us got acquainted and reacquainted and we had a great dinner. It was three classes from Lodi and one from DeForest 2800 miles away from home.
Once packed up at the hotel, with the Aurora glowing in the Aurorawebcam, we tried to get a few hours sleep before the 3:00 AM alarm.
For all practical and entertainment purposes, our trip is over. The fact ...
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The first few nights I just pulled off the road, set up my tent and called it a camp site. That's one of the 28648 reasons I love Alaska. Well, and Canada. Good God, I forgot how much I loved Canada: people are ridiculously nice and genuine, the talk radio is entertaining complete with over-voweled words, the landscape is amazing, roadside wildlife galore, and they're stuck in the 90's like me! Payphones everywhere, you can ...